The Value Mark. Febr. 1922 - Jan. 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 1-12).
The Value Mark. Febr. 1922 - Jan. 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 1-12).
The Value Mark. Febr. 1922 - Jan. 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 1-12).
The Value Mark. Febr. 1922 - Jan. 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 1-12).
The Value Mark. Febr. 1922 - Jan. 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 1-12).
The Value Mark. Febr. 1922 - Jan. 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 1-12).
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The Value Mark. Febr. 1922 - Jan. 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 1-12).

NY: M & F Schlosser, 1922-1923. 16mo. Volume 1, with issue numbers 1-12 bound together. A presentation copy inscribed on the front flyleaf by Murray and Fred Schlosser, the journal's publishers and partners in the printing company M & F Schlosser, to Col. B. A. Franklin of the Strathmore Paper Company, "who helped in no small measure to make this volume of 'The Value Mark' interesting." Subtitled "A Little Journal for Printers," The Value Mark was the in-house publication of M & F Schlosser, intended to impart information about the company and its practices, as well as developments in the field of printing, to those involved with the printing trade. Subjects include customer service, pricing, paper choice, and the importance of accurate estimates. Apropos of the journal's subject matter, each issue is beautifully printed, with covers on various paper stocks. Beginning with the sixth issue, the back cover features a detachable subscription post card. All issues are bound together in gilt-titled green textured suede. Covers rubbed, primarily to edges, else about fine. Laid-in is a pamphlet titled "The Dummy Sold the Order," which explains the importance of preparing beautiful mock-ups for customers and outlines the Strathmore papers available through M & F Schlosser. Item #25177

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